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  1. #61
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    USS Perseus: "Wisdom begins in wonder." - Socrates

    USS Sam Steel: "The purpose of law is to turn passion to reason." - F. R. Scott
    So you think, 'Might as well,
    Dance a Tango to Hell,
    at least I'll have Tangoed at all.'
    -- "Rent," Jonathan Larson

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    "We know what we are, but know not what we may be."
    USS Valiant-B (Intrepid) and -C (Akira)

    "This far... no further!" --Jean Luc Picard
    SS Backlash, Steamrunner class
    Ship had formerly been USS Sutter, logged as "lost on routine patrol," actually under control of those parasites from early TNG, ship was liberated & the new crew became semi-independant from Starfleet, a ship that didn't exist fighting an invasion that nobody knew about

    "Yeah, we can do that."
    USS Ganymede, Ganymede-class Fleet Tender


    And hey, why stop at Trek? Ships from the Jovian Chronicles RPG...

    "To you, from failing hands we throw / The torch; be yours to hold it high."
    JSS Flanders, Forge-class Patrol Carrier (Jovian Armed Forces)

    "Russian parts, American parts... ALL MADE IN TAIWAN!!"
    JSS Lev Andropov, Gagarin-class Fleet Tender (Jovian Armed Forces)

    "We will make no distinction between the terrorists [...] and those who harbor them."
    CSS Scylla, Poseidon-class Battleship (Central Earth Gov't & Administration Navy)

    "But I'm the guy who dies half way through the episode just to prove that the situation is serious! I don't even have a name!!"
    --ADB-21, Hydra-class Area Defense Boat (Central Earth Gov't & Administration Navy)

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    the S.S. Henry Jones, mentioned before in this story and this ship design:

    "Serpentis Odi"

    For those of you in the know, yes, I lifted that from Discworld Noir
    The darkness inside me is a lot scarier than the darkness out there....

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    "So long as the irresponsible continue to explore the unkonwn, we need never fear."

    These are the closing words to the "Irresponsible Captain Tylor" Japanese animation series. Supposedly it's a play on a Japanese proverb, having to do with the facts that a) crazy people are the best suited to exploring, and b) if the irresponsible are out exploring, they're not bugging the people back home. These words are now the dedication plaque to the USS Pathfinder (Orion-class heavy scout, imagine a four nacelled Nova with a bow that comes to a point)

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    USS Vision

    Real generosity toward the future consists in giving all to what is present. — Albert Camus



    No ship name for this one, but I'm sure someone will fix that.

    The only bad thing about burning your bridges behind you is that the world is round. — Author unknown

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    USS Highflyer Dedication Plaque Quote

    USS Highflyer , Highflyer -class prototype, from http://www.planetfred.net/highfly.html

    "Without.a sign, his sword the brave man draws
    and asks no omen, but his country’s cause"
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    USS Nautilus NCC 31910
    Miranda-class (F-CL+)
    "Man does not fail. He gives up trying."

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    USS Veracity

    Perhaps the truth depends on a walk around the lake. — Wallace Stevens

    USS Persistence

    Determination. The will to endure to the end, to get knocked down seventy times and get up off the floor saying, "Here comes number seventy-one!" — Richard M. Devos

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    Talking Been listening to too much filk...

    USS Cambreadth: "Sound the horn & call the cry!" (Should be a Defiant or some other combat-heavy design... the next line of the song is "How many of them can we make die?"

    USS Bethancourt: "And I'll ride from star to star upon a pony made of steel..."

    USS Locksley: "I'll see your six, and raise you thirty-five."

    USS Hope Eyrie: ""Time won't drive us down to dust again!"

    USS Jordin Kare: "There's a thunder 'cross the land, and a fire in the sky!"

    USS Mercedes Lackey: "And then I can drop a mountain on her!"

    USS Zander Nyrond: "With a probe and a wrench and a bag to put the spare bits in..." (Best used for a repair ship, or a mobile dock)

    USS Leslie Fish: "And we're banned from Argo, everyone!" (running for cover, now...)
    "If it ain't the Devil's music, you ain't doin' it right" -- Chris Thomas King

    "C makes for an awfully long lever." - H. Beam Piper

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    No ship name for this one. I wanted to go with USS Einstein but I didn't know what our german friends would think.

    The end of science is not to prove a theory, but to improve mankind. — Manly Hall

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    Forgot one....

    USS Kathy Mar: "We may watch and study or may shudder and deny, Humans wrote the Bible; God wrote the sky."
    "If it ain't the Devil's music, you ain't doin' it right" -- Chris Thomas King

    "C makes for an awfully long lever." - H. Beam Piper

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    USS (Merriwether) Lewis (or explorer class vessel)

    Don't tell me that man doesn't belong out there. Man belongs wherever he wants to go and he'll do plenty when he gets there. — Wernher von Braun

    USS Clark

    Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. — T. S. Eliot


    USS Forever
    There is no distance on this earth as far away as yesterday. — Robert Nathan

    USS Timeless

    Man is now only more active — not more happy — nor more wise, than he was 6000 years ago. — Edgar Allen Poe

    USS Sense of Wonder

    The most incomprehensible thing about this world is that it is comprehensible. — Albert Einstein


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    USS Fortitude -

    Know your strengths and take advantage of them.
    — Greg Norman

    USS William Blake -

    True love is night jasmine, a diamond in darkness, the heartbeat no cardiologist has ever heard. It is the most common of miracles, fashioned of fleecy clouds — a handful of stars tossed into the night sky. — Jim Bishop

    USS Buddha

    Your responsibiliy towards existence shows how much you have attained to your authentic reality. We cannot see your authentic reality but we can see your responsibility. Mahavira

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    The ship I currently DM in is a slightly modified Nova, for Intel duty,
    USS Ophelia, NCC-76954

    "Pay no heed to the fool in the fields so far and grey"

    Speak Marauder
    by Cinema Strange

    Their shuttles and an assigned sextuor of Talons onboard a small Freighter had nicknames linked to Sorcery terms and mythical mages, with a common dedication quote, the same as the freighter, turned into an escort carrier,
    USS Kyriad, NCC-58382
    and support craft

    "The Weird sisters hand in hand,
    Posters of the sea and land,
    Thus do go about, about:
    Thrice to thine and thrice to mine
    And thrice again to make up nine."

    Macbeth, I, 3
    by William Shakespeare

    Twin ships sent in a single squadron, USS Waroc'h and USS Wened, a pair of defiant class escorts, I intend to have them join the other two ships sometime in the future of my campaign
    USS Wened, NCC-72433

    "I am the empty, thou art the thin,
    We are the bending blades stuck in your ribs"

    USS Waroc'h, NCC-72434

    "Thou art a Tempest, I am the wind,
    We are the fallen man tortured and skinned"

    both from Lyndasy's Trachea
    by Cinema Strange
    (it sounded more stylish than "assimilate this" while retaining something of a more violent connotation)

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    USS Tenacious, NX-72941 (Tenacious Class Light Cruiser)
    "What part of 'STOP' don't you understand?" - unknown Metropolitan Police Officer, London, UK, late 20th Century, Earth

    USS Sulaco, NCC-72991 (Tenacious Class Light Cruiser)
    "Eat THIS!" - Terran Colonial Marine Corps Corporal Hicks, Pre-Federation

    USS Hicks, NCC-72999 (Tenacious Class Light Cruiser)
    "Nuke it from Orbit. It's the only way to be sure!" - Terran Colonial Marine Corps Corporal Hicks, Pre-Federation

    *cough* I'll get me coat...

    Best Regards,
    Roger Stenning
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